|The Transtheoretical Model and Motivational Interviewing: Update and Overlap|
with Theresa B. Moyers, PhD and Carlo DiClemente, PhD
Wednesday, April 17
School of Social Work Auditorium
525 West Redwood Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
9 AM to Noon - Free - CEUs: 3 for $30, Free to UMB SSW Field Instructors
Light Lunch Served Afterward
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Theresa B. Moyers, PhD, is a Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of New Mexico. Dr. Moyers' research focuses on the training of therapeutic skills as well as identifying causal mechanisms of Motivational Interviewing.
She and her research team developed the Motivational Interviewing Treatment Integrity Coding System (MITI). She is the principal investigator for two grants exploring process variables in the effectiveness of MI and dissemination of this clinical method.
For 2012-14 she is the Richman Family Visiting Professor in the School of Social Work. She has trained internationally and works closely with William R. Miller and Carlo DiClemente, among others. In addition to many peer review articles, she is an author of Motivational Interviewing (with Miller and Rollnick, 1998).
Carlo DiClemente, PhD is Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychology at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Dr. DiClemente is the co-developer of the Transtheoretical Model of behavior change with Dr. James Prochaska. Dr. DiClemente is the author of numerous scientific articles and book chapters on motivation and behavior change and the application of this model to a variety of problem behaviors. Dr. DiClemente is a co-author of a self-help book based on this model of change, Changing for Good and several professional books, The Transtheoretical Model, Substance Abuse Treatment and the Stages of Change, and Group Treatment for Substance Abuse: A Stages of Change Therapy Manual. He has recently completed a new book, Addiction and Change: How Addictions Develop and Addicted People Recover published by Guilford Press. His current projects include brief interventions for problem drinking in medical settings, adolescent and adult dietary change and health risk reduction, and addiction prevention and treatment.
For the past 25 years he has conducted funded research in health and addictive behaviors. He has directed an outpatient alcoholism treatment program and serves as a consultant to private and public treatment and prevention programs. He was recently given the 2002 Distinguished Contribution to Scientific Psychology award by the Maryland Psychological Association and named to receive the Innovators Combating Substance Abuse award by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. He is the current president of the Division on Addictions (50) in the American Psychological Association.